In the first solid development news since the fall, Columbia is eyeing the comedy actress provided her Mike & Molly schedule can be worked around.
We close out the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters by examining Dan Aykroyd’s surprising original vision for the film.
The Bridesmaids director explains why he’s opting for a franchise reboot rather than a sequel.
Today also goes behind the scenes of the photo shoot with Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts and Ivan Reitman.
The X-Files star proclaims, “I’m free I’m free and I’m funny, goddamnit!”
Saying “My favorite thing to do is work with funny women,” the Bridesmaids director explains his vision for the Sony Pictures movie.
Explaining that the revived franchise won’t be limited to a single film or TV show, Dan Aykroyd said the ambitious plans take their cues from “the Marvel model.”
The veteran actor talks with SPINOFF about the enduring popularity of Ghostbusters, and his hopes for once again donning a proton pack.
The Ghostbusters veteran took some time to suggest cast members for the upcoming reboot, rumored to beled by an ensemble of actresses.
The legendary director/producer talks with SPINOFF about being revitalized by his unorthodox sports movie, and his hopes for Ghostbusters‘ resurrection.